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Russia puts more ICC judges on its wanted list

Russia puts more ICC judges on its wanted list

Published September 25,2023


Russia has put further judges and high-ranking officers from the International Criminal Court (ICC) on its wished checklist.

The Russian Interior Ministry has positioned arrest warrants on Polish ICC President Piotr Hofmański, Peruvian ICC Vice President Luz del Carmen Ibáñez Carranza and German decide Bertram Schmitt, state media reported Monday. Various expenses have been surmised.

After the Hague-based ICC issued arrest warrants in March for Russian President Vladimir Putin and his youngsters’s rights commissioner Maria Lvova-Belova for allegedly abducting Ukrainian youngsters, Russia already put a number of ICC judges on its wished checklist.

At the time, the ICC described the warrants as “insignificant.”

Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022 and has since been accused of assorted warfare crimes throughout the battle. These embody the pressured displacement of Ukrainian youngsters.

Kiev estimates that some 100,000 youngsters have been successfully kidnapped, of whom round 20,000 have now been recognized.

The ICC states that Putin and his entourage are immediately chargeable for the warfare crimes.

Source: www.anews.com.tr


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